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Washington Wrap
It depends on whom you ask
Omri Nahmias
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Big crowd at DC parade shows Trump on the rise
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In contrast with Elimelech’s selfish escape, Rus’s chesed glows
Rabbi Moshe Grylak
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Two trailblazers of Yiddishkeit who recently left us
Rabbi Moshe Grylak
Kovna Rewrite
Stepping into the Moadon HaYehudi in Kaunas, Lithuania, feels like venturing up (down?) Penrose’s impossible staircase, stepping back in time while moving forward just the same. It’s been almost two years since we left, and we’re back as visiting lecturers.,Kovno Rewrite — Revisited,We’ve gone back in time in Lithuania
Esther Teichtal
True Account
It slowly dawned on us that we faced a challenge that dwarfed even the business one: California soil was not the only one infertile
Yael Schuster
True Account
I thought about Shlomo and this story often as my life turned over, as my world ended
Ariella Schiller
Win or Lose
"Why do you look so upset? You look like someone who just lost a contest, not someone who won!”
Chaim Finkelstein
Center Stage
I think my exact reaction was, “Um… but I know absolutely nothing about making a movie!”
Gila Arnold
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How it worked: A client faces an empty chair, imagines his demon sitting in it, and speaks his thoughts and feelings with no filters

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At least now he’ll see that nonsensical, silly, irresponsible Molly had done well for herself, is married to a celebrated rebbi, has raised poised, wonderful, eidel children…

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“I’m— the drums aren’t toys,” he says, almost defensively. “They’re— I can’t have anyone touching them. I think I’ll have to keep the study door locked”

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Everyone was looking at him now. The way the menahel was saying it, in that special tone of voice he used when he was trying to sound cheerful but really wasn’t, made Yoni suspect he was saying it for the second time. Maybe even the third.

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Listen, it’s your first Yom Tov back home as a married lady. It’s normal to be nervous. She casts a quick glance at Menachem, who seems to have dozed off, as doubt gnaws at her.

By Faigy Schonfeld

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What was it about this woman that unnerved him? Was it her pride in her job? Her unfamiliarity with the obvious? The hunger to do, to accomplish, outside of her home?

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